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Author: Wolf Schimanski
Book: Meter of Corruption from the Meter Series
Wolf Schimanski is a member of the London Ontario Writers Society, Books are in the London, Ontario and Wasaga Beach Ontario Library system, published interviews by various blog sites, Short story “The cat than knew too Much” published in Online Mystic Illuminations Magazine, Came second in international “Cover Wars” contest with over 800 votes, attended prestigious Eden Mills Writers festival 2 years running, 2 library book readings and various book sales and signing event.
Jon-Erik, Joey, Angel, and Tina have been through some severe tough times together, and they have made it through to the other side. But just as things are finally calming down and starting to go smoothly for them, chaos re-enters their lives and threatens to destroy everything they hold dear.
This highly anticipated sequel to author Wolf Schimanski’s debut novel Meter of Deception
finds the fearless foursome comfortably settled in a domestic paradise. Jon-Erik and Angel as well as Joey and Tina have settled down and are engaged to be married, and the men are working together as partners in Joey’s family furniture business.
But corporate shark Richard Rasmussin has his sights set on their business and he is determined to swallow it whole. A ruthless, underhanded, crooked man, he’ll stop at nothing until he takes hold of the business, and he will do whatever it takes to make sure that no one interferes with his larger, wide-sweeping, wicked schemes.
Can these four friends muster up the courage and skill to survive Rasmussin’s attacks? Or will they fall victim to corruption, depravity, and danger that is unprecedented even for them?
The second installment in the Meter trilogy, Meter of Corruption, follows the protagonists as they look to protect their lives and livelihoods from the sinister web that threatens to suffocate them. Full of non-stop action, unexpected plot twists, and spine-tingling revelations, this page turner spans wayward and exotic locations such as Jamaica and Russia, and delves into an underworld so dark and diabolical it will leave you at loss for words.
“Bigger and Faster than James Bond” Hercule Poirot Literary Prizewinning author Bob Van Laerhoven
Like a coiled spring, Angel launched herself at her hated adversary who shook her off as if she was water from a shower.
“You want to play. And I will play with you but for now we will wait and watch the show I have arranged for both of you. Unfortunately, your skillful friend here is a key part of this demonstration and you have the extreme privilege to watch as my Ubertier destroys what could up to now not be destroyed.”
“Release the beast,” instructed Richard.
“If my creature passes this final test and destroys our friend, he will be ready for cloning and mass production. Let the fun begin.”
The Monster stood perfectly still in the middle of the large enclosed room sniffing the air and he knew what assaulted his nostrils now was not human. The other door in the room opened and nothing happened for a second or two until a flash of color streaked into the battleground. But even the bloodthirsty and highly on edge creation hesitated just for a moment, as its finely tuned senses told it this was not the usual offal it was used to tearing limb from limb. This was something that made it sit back on its large muscular haunches and study this powerful looking human now also fully focused on it before making a move.
“Good, it has sensed that this opponent is extra-ordinary and is studying him before attacking. We have never had the opportunity to see it do this until now,” exclaimed the German, rubbing his hands with glee.
Angel was too transfixed by the sight below her to make any more sudden moves. She just sat there rooted to her chair watching a creation from the bowels of hell itself creeping ever so slowly up to her protector. And as if on cue, knowing this was its starring role, the Ubertier moved with incredible speed diagonally along one of the outer walls before launching itself onto the spot where the Ninja stood.
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